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BNP Paribas launches five new Easy ETFs on Xetra


BNP Paribas Easy has launched five new exchange traded funds on Xetra with four also via Börse Frankfurt.

The BNP Paribas Easy S&P 500 UCITS ETF offers investors the opportunity to participate in the performance of the 500 largest listed US equity companies. The S&P 500 Index represents the most important US industries and is regarded as an indicator for the development of the entire US stock market. The ETF is traded only via Xetra and in US dollars.
BNP Paribas Easy is also expanding its sustainability product portfolio with four additional ETFs.
The BNP Paribas Easy MSCI EMU SRI S-Series 5% Capped ETF is aimed at investors looking for a diversified portfolio of large and mid cap companies with a high minimum of ESG criteria. The securities from ten European countries are selected on the basis of the MSCI ESG ranking. A best-in-class method is applied to achieve the broadest possible industry diversification. The weighting of the individual companies is based on market capitalisation with an upper limit of 5 percent.
With the BNP Paribas Easy FTSE EPRA Nareit Developed Europe ex UK Green ETF, investors can invest in European companies in the real estate sector. A particular focus here is on sustainable real estate operators selected on the basis of the United Nations Global Compact. Weighting is also based on the Green Building certification and energy consumption criteria. British companies are excluded from the index.   
Furthermore, BNP Paribas Easy offers two new sustainable bond index ETFs.

BNP Paribas Easy € Corp Bond SRI Fossil Free ETFs invest in eurozone corporate bonds with a maturity of one to three years and three to five years. Only debt instruments from issuers with an MSCI ESG rating above BBB are held according to the best-in-class selection approach. In addition, the underlying benchmark index excludes high carbon sectors. 

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